|Data type||Range||Default value|
|REG_DWORD||0x0 - 0xFFFFFFFF||10|
Determines how many errors Dr. Watson for Windows 2000 maintains in its application error viewer and in the Event Viewer application log at any given time. When the number of recorded errors reaches the value of this entry, Dr. Watson operates normally and adds new errors to its log and crash dump file, but it does not add any new errors to its application log viewer or to the Event Viewer application log until it is reset.
The user is not notified that the number of crashes has reached the maximum.
To reset Dr. Watson for Windows 2000, run Drwtsn32.exe. You can either click Clear or increase the value in the Number of Errors to Save text box. When you click Clear, you delete all errors from the application error viewer in Dr. Watson for Windows 2000and you delete all events from the Event Viewer application log, even those not generated by Dr. Watson for Windows 2000. However, records of the application errors remain in the Drwtsn32.log and in the crash dump file, user.dmp, if one has been selected.
To change the value of this entry, enter a number in the Number of Errors to Save text box in Dr. Watson for Windows 2000. To start Dr. Watson for Windows 2000, click Start, click Run, and then type drwtsn32.
These entries appear in the registry when you run Dr. Watson for Windows 2000 or when it runs automatically.
To determine how many application errors Dr. Watson for Windows 2000 has analyzed since it was last reset, see the value of NumberOfCrashes.